3 definitions by dg83

NomiTime is the period of time between making a decision to do something and actually doing it.

* Usually between two minutes and five minutes, but can stretch for much longer.
* Has been said to have Greek origins, due to the relaxed approach.
* Has indirect relations to Skiving.
* Gives the invoker extra time to avoid doing the required task.
They waited an extra five minutes becuase he had nomitime.
作者 dg83 2009年9月15日
To Do Chef like stuff, like cooking fresh meals from scratch, without actually being a qualified chef.
That is the other reason I like my Chefin cause I can cook really tasty food, healthy!
作者 dg83 2011年7月15日
A nasty strand of flu, much worse than manflu, that really takes its nomitime to go away, and usually starts with a sore throat and progresses through many symptoms.
I had a nasty case of Nomiflu last week, it really knocked me out.
作者 dg83 2010年10月19日

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